She Sails: Inspiring Dana Hall Women Friday, April 30, and Saturday, May 1, 2021
She Sails creates connections among all Dana Hall women and provides a forum to learn from each other, share our stories, and encourage one another to be bold and dream big.
The 2021 event will take place entirely online, but will be no less intimate, interactive inspiring and inclusive. Now more than ever, we need the connections and lessons that She Sails can bring.
For the first time ever, She Sails will be a truly global event, with participants and presenters from all over the world. The two-day schedule will include speakers, discussions, workshops and networking opportunities.
Dr. Lisa Damour
Dr. Lisa Damour is the author of two New York Times best-selling books, Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood and Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls. She writes the monthly Adolescence column for the New York Times, co-hosts the Ask Lisa podcast appears as a regular contributor to CBS News, works in collaboration with UNICEF, and serves on the Advisory Board for Parents magazine.
Monica Oudang' 97
Monica Oudang ’97 is the chairperson of Yayasan Anak Bangsa Bisa, a non-profit organization based in Indonesia. As chairperson, she leads the team in advancing equal opportunities and helping to build more sustainable livelihoods for those who rely on a daily income. Her areas of expertise include recruitment, developing marketing strategies, and digital marketing.
Sessions and Panelists
She Sails will feature session tracks with focused content for various stages of life, education, and careers.
If your class year ends in a 0, 1, 5, or 6 you will be celebrating your virtual Super Reunion in addition to She Sails. See www.danahall.org/springreunion21 for specific Reunion details.
Dana Hall students, alumnae, parents, faculty and staff
"Dana offers many great opportunities including a trip to South Africa every other year. I never in my wildest dreams thought I’d be visiting South Africa, let alone with some of my closest friends. The trip enabled us to interact with real South Africans as they experienced their real lives, an opportunity I could never have had as a tourist."